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"too much of a good thing." >> this report is brought to you by ralph lauren. >> i've been working my whole life for this. >> gymnast mckayla maroney is just one of the u.s. athletes going for gold at the summer olympics. as swimmer ryan lochte says, it's all about national pride. >> you're not just swimming for yourself, you're swimming for your whole entire country. >> besides hoping to set new records, team u.s.a. is helping to set new fashion trends. at the opening ceremonies, around the olympic village, and at the upcoming closing ceremonies, team u.s.a. is sporting outfits by ralph lauren. the vintage looks are a tribute to the 1940s. that was when the games were last held in london. then, as now, team u.s.a. represents america's best. >> i trained hard, i put hard hours in the gym. >> you can look like a winner, too. the entire collection -- including accessories -- is available at ralphlauren.com. and teamusa.com. for "teen kids news," i'm emily. [laughing] [tires screeching] >> in latin, "ante" means "before," "bellum" means "war." put them together, and you get a word that d
for "teen kids news." >> this fashion report is brought to you by ralph lauren. for new york fashion week, young stars and young models set the trends. kiernan shipka got a front-row seat at the ralph lauren girl's fashion show. and that's teen vogue's senior fashion news director, jane keltner da valle. in the spotlight, trends for fall and the holidays. look for brightly colored pants and leggings and fabulous layers over pleated bib-front shirts. on the runway, traditional sweater looks like fair isle and sweet samplers, in contrast with repaired jeans and faux fur vests over everything. you can dress up with ruffles and mix it up with motocross boots. bags are a big story this fall. so are ballet flats and high-top sneakers with a leopard look. choose from beautiful plaids, lush velvet, and shiny silk. and top it off with a fabulous faux-fur trapper hat, or better yet, a puppy. for "tkn," i'm katie. >> that's "teen kids news" for now. thanks for tuning in. >> we'll be back next week. see you then. >> announcer: the following is a paid advertisement for the hurricane 360 spin mop, brou
warning tuesday citing slowing sales to china. brands ralph lauren and tiffany and company. >>> u.s. regulators issued a rare warning to lancome parent loreal over claims its anti-aging skin care products alter the way the human body works. the fda says that language requires classification as a new drug and, in turn, fda approval. >>> finally, move over, jared. a 66-year-old virginia woman says she lost 85 pounds in two years eating every single meal at starbucks. she credits the nutrition info on the packages which made calorie counting easy. >>> the oriole's fly, the sox spank the yanks, and will bieber take the ice? >>> plus, there's no place like home for team usa in world cup qualifying. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> and many of us have been enjoying a very easy week weather wise. we'll track some of those showers moving eastward. coming up, you're watching "early today." have you heard of the new dialing procedure for the 408 and 669 area codes? no, what is it? starting october 20, 2012, if you have a 408 or 669 number, you'll need to dial 1 pl
are not talking about ralph lauren, people are talking about michael kors. it's now the leader. i think they have an unbelievable business plan. their guidance going forward is great. i would be a buyer. > > good to have you on the show. that's scott bauer of trading advantage. > > thanks angie. in our cover story, since the first wave of apple faithful camped out for the newest iphone last week, there have been reports of flaws or features in some of the more than five million phones sold already that may need your attention to upgrade, even though you just paid up to $400 for the phone. to a lot of people, apple is a consumer electronics religion. and a lot of them bought the newest iphone on faith. "i'm embarrassed to say, i've owned every single one of them, and now the iphone5." "i trust apple. they make quality products and stand behind them." but after more than five million iphone 5s were sold in the first weekend, a faster pace than any previous iphone, there are published reports of problems. among them: rattling handsets from a loose battery, faulty wi-fi connections, weather reports m
're talking a little bit this morning about ralph lauren. the company is making news for hiring their first plus size model. this is a really, really big deal. >> i'm surprised it's taken this long. >> i agree. and she is stunning. there she is right there, australian robin lawley. she's over 6 feet tall. she says she won't say how much she weighs because she says it doesn't matter. she says she tried to stay slim but it never worked. she told other alina cho about the reaction she's been getting. >> i get girls all over the world saying whole communities were ostracizing me because of my size and seeing a girl be happy and content with her size is such a ground breaking thing for her to say. the media can be really targeting, especially women and their size. >> i don't know a lot about women's fashion or the clothing but she's plus size? >> i know, right? >> when i envisioned plus size, this is not the woman that pops up in my head first. according to the l.a. times, the avera average woman in america weighs 162.5 pound ps and wear as size 14. this she's a size 12, shouldn't she be an aver
ralph lauren is doing a phenomenal job with his brand but doesn't have the same cache as an hermes does because he doesn't have the history. >> you also mention that accessories have done quite well and a focal point but some clothing companies, apparel companies, ralph lauren, burberry? >> yes. the big brands are moving away from apparel because they're trying to push level, which opens up a wide space for likes of ralph lauren and burberry because no one is doing luxury apparel on a large scale. >> it's interesting because you also talk about liking companies like volkswagen and whole foods, which cater to the same demographic. >> exactly. the definition of luxury is stretching because the fact is german car brands, for example, are hugely aspirational in emerging world. you're seeing more vws valued -- >> with great respect to vw, and i mean -- look, i've owned vws but no one would refer to them as a luxury car brand over here. >> but most -- i'm not talking about vw brand. most vw's value comes from porsche. if you look at bentley, porsche, audi, that is a killer portfolio of luxury
down under. she is now breaking ground as the first plus-sized model for ralph lauren. we're going to talk to her in a moment. but first, how the wilhelmina model rose to the very top. she's one of fashion's hottest new faces. robin lawly's turning heads. not just for her beauty. butter if her curvy shape. at 23, the australian model has embraced her figure. and mainstream fashion magazines are taking notice. gracing the covers of "french elle" and "vogue italia," she's the first to headline a campaign for ralph lauren. an unheard of move in an industry that glorifies thin. she is defying the odds. >> she is paving the way for fuller-figured women to land these modeling campaigns. >> she struggled to keep up with the industry's skinny standards. but she persevered and got her first contract as a plus-sized model at 18. becoming the hottest face of the wilhelmina model agency. >> she's happy in her own skin. and that's something a lot of girls can look up to. i think she's setting a great example for the fashion industry, as a well. >> and we're joined by robin lawley. you're gorgeo
? >>> but getting back to the high-end retailers such as coach, tiffany, ralph lauren under pressure after burberry expects lower sales. they suggest growth is becoming more challenging. they're down double digit percentages, last check about 18%. this is the biggest drop we've seen since the economy ipo'ed, and maybe we shouldn't be so surprised. >> they have the worst assortment of people who have lost their way. everyone says you should spread this out to others, go to a burberry store, you'll see what i mean, they're incredibly overpriced, do not have the right fashion. i want to contrast with coors that is completely on fire and has a higher price. burberry is a complete julius caesar story. it's not in the farce, it's in you. you have really missed the mark. here's the fashion industry, pvh, vf, michael kors, i'm not putting burberry in the same category. >> at two, jim? >> yeah. i went in there recently trying to buy a tie -- >> i remember. >> when i was trying to buy a tie, at the counter, it mean, look, i'm not one of these guys is a chinski guy, but i do like raisinettes, and i get to the
's very ralph lauren. >> great, thank you, hon. >> great accent for the season and pattern shirt pulls everything together. >> let's bring out tiffany. she's got a peacoat on. >> let's bring out tiffany. >> come on out here. >> i love this for a night out on the town. it's all black. keep it streamline but the peacoat is your quintessential coat. a great coat, keeps you warm. what i love about this, you can go to a flash sale sight, this is from ideally.com. this was just under $100, but retail price was $250. you can get that high quality designer coat for under $100. >> all of them under $100. let's bring all our ladies out. >> from fall fashion to talking about what the stars are wearing on the carpet sunday night. >> your emmy viewing party right after this. [ male announcer ] research suggests the health of our cells plays a key role throughout our entire lives. ♪ one a day men's 50+ is a complete multi-vitamin designed for men's health concerns as we age. ♪ it has more of seven antioxidants to support cell health. that's one a day men's 50+ healthy advantage. oh. [ cheeses ga
of t-shirts and hats. we got something like 25, 30 different hats from ralph lauren alone. >> what an amazing experience. terrence, congratulations on the medal. he plans on being back at the olympics if rio in four years. >> we like the shirt, too. that is one cool shirt. >> handly could never get into that shirt. >>> coming up, crimes of opportunity. >> i'm darcy spencer live in clinton. we had a big power outage over the weekend. some business owners feel thieves took advantage, one of their security systems were down. we'll show you what they were after coming up in a live report. >>> at a fairfax county park, children go running after they were chased by a rabid beaver. the second time the wild animal has been involved in an incident like this in just two weeks. and now police are saying beware of beavers. the story ahead. >>> wide load on a heavy load in america. but mitt romney plan, a middle class to $2,000 more a year in taxes. multi-millionaires like himself hits the middle class harder... bigger break. forward for america? this message. >>> a fast forward to our headline
but has also been pulling back, coach, ralph lauren, louis vuitton, all of these names moving lower today based on that news coming out of burberry. my next guest says historically low interest rates are weighing on people trying to make money and save what they already are is, but not to worry. joining me now in a fox business exclusive, chris bert lton, portfolio manager -- bertelsen. you make an interesting assertion. if there is a war on those that are trying to retire, who's waging this war in your opinion? >> it's the zero interest rate policy. i think there's a lot of hype about apple and the german court decision tomorrow, but the surprise, i think, will be that ben does not go forward with qe3. maybe he trims around the edges, but he will go forward with a zero interest rate policy pretty much. and what it's done is it's really had, as you said, there's a war on seniors and savers and retirees. people who are retiring with modest or meager means suddenly have to look and say, my gosh, how can i live with less than 1% interest rates? cheryl: so you say we're going to be o disappoi
wear, which is what's made him so incredibly successful. same is true of ralph lauren, tommy hilfiger, and calvin klein. >> fifth and pacific has returned 57% to investors. that's a stark turn around year over year. lvmh shares also turning around sharply. tiffany and burberry have reversed course the other direction. one thing that's clear here at fashion week is that even when economic times are tough, consumers will find value and pay for what they perceive as unique, wearable fashion. now, it's up to the buyers to find it. maria. >> thank you. bill, over to you. >> talking about luxury stocks, they've been losing grounds today, but not because of what's going on on the khcatwalks. burberry issued a profit warning today. so is it a fashion faux pas, if you will? let's talk numbers on the technical side. it's richard ross. on the fundamentals side, dana. what did you make of that? it seems that not all luxury companies are immune to the downturn of the economy these days. >> i think that's exactly right. not all of them are immune. some of them doing company-specific initiatives in
, ralph lauren, tiffany, the names under prrk. the question is what to make of the luxury retailer going forward not seeing the sales they used to. back to you. >> nicole, thank you so much. you have not been shopping, that's the problem. >> clearly. >> you're too busy. go shopping. >> one day we should have lunch and shop and forget work. >> i like it. almost a year i since the implosion of mf global, still no charges filed against the senior executive. could that change? who else that has that informatn other than charles. >> we are seeing a weaken dollar, and the euro firming up to 1.2865, waiting for the germman vote. we have a busy week ahead. keep it here on fox business. >> at 21 minutes past the hour, this is your fox news minute. contract talks starting in chicago where a teacher strike is in its second day after 25,000 teachers walked off the job. it's the first teacher strike in the windy city in 25 years. the union's president says the key sticking points are performance evalration and recall rights for teachers who are laid off. president obama says the nation is safer and p
for ralph lauren. the first time that company has ever hired a plus sized model. >> it is a huge feat. she is setting the tone for, you know, what the curve market is becoming. >> it was my first actual real big designer to use me in my whole career. so that was -- that was how big of a deal it was forme. an is such an iconic brand. >> reporter: making a statement that real women look less like this, and moreike this. >> remember the mirror can be your best friend or your worst enemy. >> i think it is back into more curvy, you know, with madmen and the tv seeming to embrace a curvier figure, they want to see that. women want to see that. >> reporter: they want to see women who look like them. >> it is relatable. >> reporter: so is lawly's love for food. >> it looks amazing. there is no love sincerer than food. >> reporter: that's right. she even has a food blog, called robin lawly eats. >> that's something i made and photographed. so that -- >> reporter: yum. >> yes.lst -- food porn. at's what look up in my spare te. >> reporter: a model who hopes e ony to not ju magazines, but the catwal
luxuries down with it, such as polo ralph lauren. zuckerberg will give an outlook today. take a look at mcdonald's, global same-store sales have been on the rise, didn't meet expectations but have been rising. back to you. connell: thanks nicole. dagen: house speaker boehner saying he's not confident that congress can avoid the fiscal cliff. connell: it all comes as congress today takes on the extension of a whole bunch of middle class and business tax breaks, total is more than 200 billion dollars with peter barnes on it from washington. what are they looking at, peter? peter: connell, this is the usual grab bag of tax extensions that congress approves pretty much every year. but thanks to big-time lobbyists and lawmakers from both parties, who want to help companies back home, there are lots of special interest tax breaks. 78 million dollars for auto racetrack owners for faster write offs of their investments. 248 million for movie and tv studios to help keep production in the u.s. when other countries are trying to get it. 7 million dollars for tax credits for electric powered motorcycl
principle, we'll be in okay shape. >> i'm thinking back to ralph lauren and some of the controversies they faced during the olympics regarding usa teamwear that was not made in the states. mine don't you think that the collective thinking around this top sthak it's going to be favorable to your point of view, at least in the short to medium term? >> well, i think emotionally the consumer in the u.s. wants some goods made in the u.s. and it's not for everybody you've got to want the products we make and you have to be competitive. we're seeing with what went on during the olympics that there's a demand for american made and there's demand in other countries for american made and we're now exporting a third of what we make to other markets. >> i was going ask you a general "how's business" kind of question. we got a downgrade of nike because citigroup thinks futures growth is going to come under 10% as a lack of one-time sporting events. even if gross margins get a little bit better here, they have a hard time adjusting their price target of 101. that's a competitor, but how are you doi
fund you can't afford >> a big step for ralph lauren, the clothing designer introduced its first plus 5 model yesterday. robin who is 6'2" and a size 12 was introduced on "good morning america" on abc. fashion experts now -- >> she's 6'2"? >> could start a trend in the industry known for is super skinny models, maybe going another direction. >> bill: i heard chris christie is signing up. >> if you've seen this model if you've seen this model. plus size -- is a generous term. she's not a large woman. she's not like an overweight woman. she's not a skin and bones model. she looks like a normal woman. believe it or not. >> bill: plus size. we'll see how plus they're willing to go. >> short squat size. >> bill: rich galen the nbc "wall street journal" poll today reporting in three swing states, in wisconsin and colorado, it's president obama up by five points over mitt romney in iowa. president obama up 8 points over mitt romney. the last poll i saw from virginia, president obama up 8 points over mitt romney. what
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